The board was briefed this week on the concept plan, which call for the store to be built on a 2.73-acre site at Airport and Taylor roads, according to a Joliet Herald News story. The store would have 88 parking spaces in a lot with three access points.
The special use permit is required under village zoning laws governing second-hand retail stores.“(Goodwill) is doing a lot of new, innovative things,” Mayor John Noak said in the Herald News story. “It’s going to be a nice asset to our community.”
Goodwill already has stores in Joliet, Plainfield and Bolingbrook.